A Nigerian lady, Boujee Jessie, on TikTok has revealed how her ‘stingy boyfriend’ mistakenly sent N20k twice to her account.
Her boyfriend reportedly sent N20,000 to her account two times due to network issues.
When he found out that he transferred the money twice, he immediately sent her messages on WhatsApp, telling her to transfer the N20k back to him.
The lady, however, refused. Instead, she told her boyfriend that she doesn’t have money for the transfer charges.
Her boyfriend pleaded with her saying that if she transfers the N20,000 to him, he would send back the money for transfer charges.
She later responded with a disappearing sticker on WhatsApp, and leaked the chats online with the caption:
“When your stingy boyfriend mistakenly sends money twice.”
She further asked for people’s opinions; if to send back the money to her boyfriend or not.
Social media reactions
The video has attracted lots of reactions from netizens.,
@Victor funds wrote:
“Give him back make he no reduce your bride price.”
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“Lol stingy and he gives you money why not transfer for him.”
“Not you catching flight already.”
“Na my brother he said mbok.”
@Timeyin D. added:
“I’ll say twice ke??? I didn’t even see anyone. Try sending again.”
@MOANAGOLD MATTHEW replied:
“Miracle nor dey tire God.”
@Oyewumi Mueez Bolaji reacted:
“Nah why people no dey help people be this
@Tikis l’amour wrote:
“Never in my life I can never send it back .”
@Brown Shuga said:
“Lol I did the same and because of it, he stopped talking to me.
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